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Ahiru no Sora Season 2: Release Date and Rumors Surrounding Drama

Ahiru no Sora Season 2 is arriving soon .

The approach of Ahiru no Sora Season 2 reveals a release date, cast, and some plotline predictions. The anime holds much drama between directors, fans, and the original manga creator, Takeshi Hinata. In addition, the anime contrasts the manga creator’s wishes. However, as the manga enters another hiatus, the anime quickly surpasses the manga in production.

Is Ahiru no Sora finished ? Will there be a season 2 of the anime?

ahiru no sora finished?

By far the anime is not finished. With a first season release back in 2019, the second season’s approach in 2021 shows a quickly developing series for its audience. The studio Diomedea takes a leap on this genre as the studio’s first sports anime. Similarly, the majority of Diomedea’s products focus on light-hearted topics and female protagonists. Ahiru no Sora is a difficult outlier by contrast.

Ahiru no Sora Season 2 releases sometime in 2021 on Netflix and other streaming sites. Director Shingo Tamaki and chief director Keizou Kusakawa, who also directed Happy Sugar Life, will direct Ahiru no Sora season 2. Art directer Yoshino Honda leads in character design while Gou Zappa and composer Hiroaki Tsutsumi handle composition and music.

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However, critique leaves this anime with problems in its second season. While fans may be happy, those involved with the source material are not.

Critiques and rumors about Ahiru no Sora Season 2 :

ahiru no sora season 2

Takeshi Hinata gave negative criticism of the anime in its first season. Hinata gave permission for production hesitantly, at best. Additionally, he described the anime as a “weird work.” Hinata further despised the anime when a boy he knew was denied an audition opportunity in the anime’s production. A tweet he made in November of 2019 reflected his feelings.

“I was reminded that ‘feelings’ are of no value in this industry. No, I knew it, but I was stupid because I expected even a little.”

Hinata’s feelings about the anime soured even more in 2019 when he responded to a tweet about an episode with “It’s the worst.” Even though he deleted the tweet soon after, the fans and production members now know his feelings. These feelings will endure in Ahiru no Sora Season 2.

The manga Ahiru no Sora reached the top of the best selling list in Japan with a total of 24 million copies. It set a record by the 50th volume. Within the first week of sales the manga hit 6th place in the best seller rating. The manga held this place for 3 consecutive weeks.

While fans believe Ahiru No Sora Season 2 will release in 2021, there is no official statement as of today.

Ahiru No Sora Review, Discussion, and Popular Questions

Does Sora’s mom die in Ahiru no Sora?

sora's mom die

Ahiru no Sora Episode 33 titled “Death of Kurumatani Mother,” shows Dora’s mom passing away. Many fans describe this episode as one of the saddest moments in the show. Others describe it as one of the saddest moments in all of anime. While this moment gave significance to the first season, many fans predict it will have little impact in Ahiru no Sora Season 2.

How tall is Sora in Ahiru no Sora?

how tall sora

Sora is 4″10 inches, making him immensely short for a basketball player. Therefore, the conflict of the show presents itself. Sora struggles to play the sport properly without a height advantage. However, throughout the series, his teammates are there for him as he is there for them in their struggles. For those on the team with a proper height for playing basketball, the conflict manifests in their tenancies to be terrible students, uncommitted to basketball or anything else of basic importance.

Does Sora get taller?

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During the current season that is available on Netflix of Ahiru no Sora, the main character Sora does not appear to get taller. It is never explicitly stated in the show nor visibly present. All that the show says about Sora’s height is that it is not adequate for basketball. However, this inadequacy does prove to make a good conflict for the entire season, and will for the second season.

What does Ahiru no Sora mean?

ahiru no sora meaning

 

The translation of Ahiru no Sora is Sky the Duck or Sora the Duck. The original manga does not yet have an English translation, and is therefore currently unavailable to the English speaking audience.

How many chapters are in Ahiru no Sora?

chapters in ahiru no sora

There are about 600 chapters in the Ahiru no Sora manga series. The series is still in progress. However, it has recently been put on hiatus, and is not receiving updates until further notice.

Who voices Sora in Ahiru no Sora?

sora voice in ahiru no sora

The protagonist of Ahiru no Sora season 1 and 2 is Yuki Kaji. While not officially confirmed, the voice actors from season one are expected to return in Ahiru no Sora season 2.

Who is Sora’s dad Ahiru no Sora?

sora's dad in ahiru no sora

Tomohisa Kurumatani is Sora’s father and the wife of his mother, Sora Kurumatani.

Is Ahiru no Sora Season 2 on Netflix?

ahiro no sora on netflix

Yes, season one is on Netflix and is available to watch. Fans estimate that season two will also be available on Netlfix, but with the constantly shifting show availability, it is only something that can be relied on once confirmed officially.

Is Ahiru no Sora like Haikyuu?

ahiru no sora vs haikyuu

Fans believe Ahiru no Sora and Haikyuu have similarities. Mostly fans believe the similarities lie in the fact that both protagonists have a problem and conflict due to height. While Ahiru no Sora is generally a well accepted anime, some of the general public in the anime community find it boring, stereotypical, and lackluster. However, generally the reviews for Ahiru no Sora season one are positive and emphasize the emotional qualities of the show and its intimate scenes.

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As fans anticipate the arrival Ahiru no Sora Season 2, they can expect to see more of the positive qualities fans have followed both fan translated manga and officially translated anime for.

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